This year, the Gees have new opportunities and a new conference to contend with.
The Ridgebacks spoiled the Gees’ Oct. 7 home opener by a 3–0 margin.
While the team’s first regular season game takes place on Oct. 14 against Concordia, head coach Yanick Evola said the Gees have been using their eventful preseason to iron out some of the wrinkles that affect almost every varsity team stuck in transition.
With a large crowd on hand at the Minto Sports Complex, the Gee-Gees battled the American Hockey League’s Binghamton Senators hard, eventually leading to a 3–2 loss.
For the third consecutive year, the Carleton Ravens football team entered the annual battle for Pedro as the underdog, only to find a way to come up victorious.